COVID-19: Saudi Arabia set to return to normal Sunday

      Published on Friday, 19 June , 2020      1001 Views     
COVID-19: Saudi Arabia set to return to normal Sunday

Starting from June 21, Saudi Arabia will return to “normalcy” in all areas across the Kingdom, except Mecca, and restore conditions to how life was before implementing curfews.

Saudi Arabia will ease coronavirus restrictions, resume some economic and commercial activities, and return to “normalcy,” as per the approval of King Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Ministry of Interior (MOI) announced on Tuesday.

The Minister of Health Tawfiq bin Fawzan Al Rabiah said on Monday that the Kingdom was going to begin a new phase of its coronavirus strategy from May 28 and that it would be based on two pillars:

The health care system’s capacity of accommodating critical cases and the policy of expanding testing and early detection

With the expected return to normal life, the residents of Saudi Arabia await a difference in the new lifestyle, as changes will occur in many aspects of life such as the masks and temperature measurement being a key condition for entering the markets, workplaces, restaurants and public places. In addition, the return of employees will not be accompanied by manual fingerprint devices, to implement a flexible attendance and leave system, for the safety of workers in entry and exit to and from workplaces, according to the Minister of Human Resources, Engineer Ahmed Al Rajhi.

Continuation of the enforcement of enforce social distancing

Category Coronavirus | 2020/06/19 latest update at 11:15 PM
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